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ALBUM REVIEW: KIZZ DANIEL – KING OF LOVE

by onJuly 5, 2020
 

It’s no news that Talented Nigerian singer and songwriter, Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe popularly known as Kizz Daniel on the 20th of June released his third studio album, Vado as he is called named the seventeen track Album ‘King of love’. Below is a quick review of the Album.

Positives

The king of love, Vado took us on a journey of Afro-love sounds, we've heard love projects with simple sounds and tracks below the average number (5), Kizz Daniel proving himself as an alpha male gave us an entire album of love tunes ranging from soft to hard rhythm, on this album, there is enough for every love bird. With production from top-notch producers and mix engineers, there is no room for unprofessionalism, the Afro-pop sounds on this project was that of the industry standard.

King of love is that Album that showed Kizz Daniel as a young playboy living his life, a young man who is living the dream with problems ranging from finding love, sex, and freedom, each track on this project has message listeners can relate to. The structure, lyrics, theme, and the art representative of this project is way above average.

Negatives

No doubt there were lots of expectations from this album as regards new sound and ideas, clearly, the lack of proper research on the production/sounds aspect of this album was evident, as compared to modern Afro-production sounds, Kizz Daniel stuck with his usual Afro sound which has become tiring to some listeners.

Editor Rating
 
Structure
6.0

 
Theme
5.9

 
Production
5.6

 
Originality
5.6

 
Popularity
6.8

Total Score
6.1

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Kizz Daniel shows us he is an Alpha male in making Afro-beat records with this project. This album is forty-eight minutes worth your time.

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